The Future of Work

What will the future of work look like - and what does it mean for you? Explore how technology, thought-leadership and creativity will shape new ways of working and connecting.

Transformation from a recent grad perspective

Since graduating with a Bachelor Business in 2017, Jonathan Rostron has embarked on a career in transformation. Now working for a global insurance company, he shares what it’s like to help move business from ‘the old’ to ‘the new’.

Personal branding: you are who Google says you are

Five years into his first career, Business grad Maxwell Nee decided to chase after his ‘Plan A’. He left the world of corporate banking and now helps coaches scale their businesses. He shares three tips for building your personal brand.

Community

Discover how the QUT community is making a real difference across the world.

COVID-19 is a wake up call to what food security really means

Food systems advocate and QUT health science alumnus, Kylie Newberry, weighs in on transforming the food system in Australia.

Virtual visits: appreciating art anywhere

Two of QUT’s own art spaces – the QUT Art Museum and the William Robinson Gallery – join the long list of galleries and exhibits from across the world who showcase their spaces digitally. While the concept of 360-degree photography and exploring virtual spaces has been around for a while, it is only recently that this concept has been appreciated more broadly as people choose to stay home as part of the COVID-19 restrictions.

Health and Wellbeing

Learn how you can keep your physical and mental health, social connection and work-life balance in check.

Webinar: The neuroscience of brain resilience with Professor Selena Bartlett

Australian-based expert, Professor Selena Bartlett, is an international trailblazer. She is a QUT Professor of neuroscience and a research leader in addiction neuroscience and obesity at the Translational Research Institute (TRI) Brisbane, Australia.

Health heroes on the frontline: QUT alumnus Amanda McClelland

Fighting infectious diseases has become a global priority, with adequate epidemic response critical in today’s environment. Following on in our Health Heroes series, we gained QUT alumnus Amanda McClelland’s perspective on her work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Real-world Innovation

Explore the latest ideas and advances coming from our QUT community.

New ventilator prototypes part of university’s COVID-19 response

The world is hurrying to keep up with the demand in medical supplies that Covid-19 has placed on our hospitals. 

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